Now on full moons, the old man can be seen walking in and out of the cornfield. The dark shadowy figure comes out to feed, and can at times be heard laughing insanely with the unknown forces that lie within the boundaries of his corn. Some people have witnessed odd looking lights looming within the corn.
The family dog refuses to go near the corn. And in the fall when the family harvests their corn crop, they always get this ere feeling that someone is watching and lingering in the corn. At times the earth cracks open for no reason at all, or out in the Middle of the cornfield lies a shredded row of corn.
Heaps Haunted Corn Maze: Get ready to scream!
Moonlight Hayride: (Non-Haunted) Tractor drawn hayride through the farm.
If you are up for a relaxing evening under the stars in the country, then this is the attraction for you! The tractor will take you on a 20-30 minute moonlight hayride through the farm. It is extremely peaceful and the night lit sky will make the experience worthwhile.
Flashlight Maze: (Non-Haunted) Think you’re an excellent problem solver? Try your hand in the flash light maze. Email Haunt Owner
Hours of Operation: Sundays: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Fridays & Saturdays: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Admission Costs: Haunted Corn Maze: $15.00
Flashlight Maze (Non Haunted): $6.00
Moonlight Hayride (Non Haunted): $6.00
- event open dates
This was a great place. We go to many haunted houses and this was the best by far. Save your money from other over priced places and try this place out. My group also went to the prison place and it was nowhere near as good as this.
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